FEATURES How the Legendary Designers of the Past Inspire the Best Designs of Today By Paul Goldberger MARIO BUATTA A Distinctive Vision of Elegance Traced to Grand European and American Rooms By Annette Tapert MIMI LONDON Redefining the California Rusticism of Michael Taylor and John Dickinson By Patricia Leigh Brown BRAY-SCHAIBLE Drawing on Wright, Lutyens, Le Corbusier and Other Twentieth-Century Masters By Susan Sheehan ROBERT KIME A Decorative Approach Indebted to the Legacies of William Morris and Geoffrey Bennison By Elizabeth Lambert THAD HAYES Lessons Learned from the Examples Set by Neutra and Mies van der Robe By Michael Frank JACQUES GRANGE Spaces That Resonate with the Echoes of Emilio Terry and Madeleine Castaing By Michael Peppiatt SALLY SIRKIN LEWIS Melding the Spareness of Eileen Gray with the Adventurousness of Jean-Michel Frank By Patricia Leigh Brown JUAN PABLO MOLYNEUX Recalling a Move to Europe and the Birth of His Neoclassical Leanings By John Loring THOMAS PHEASANT Bold Lines and Rich Materials Honor the Daring Innovations of the French Modernists By Michael Frank ANOUSKA HEMPEL Fusing Influences from Around the Globe into a Dramatic, Singular Style By Elizabeth Lamert CAMJPION A. PLATT Citing Alvar Aalto and Carlo Scarpa in Crisp, Sophisticated Interiors By Mitchell Owens RON MANN A Sculptural Sensibility Rooted in the Work of Brancusi and Noguchi By Michael Webb JOHN STEFANIDIS An Expansive Aesthetic That Encompasses Baroque, Barragan and the Bauhaus By Stephen Calloway DEPARTMENTS AD SHOPPING: SOUTH AFRICAN SAFARI Geoffrey Bradfield on the Hunt for Cape Town Treasures Text by Mitchell Owens Photography by Tim Beddow ANTIQUES NOTEBOOK: FURNITURE BY DECORATORS The Growing Market for Designers' Works By Jeffrey Simpson AD REVISITS: PAULINE DE ROTHSCHILD The Legendary Style Leader's 1970s London Flat Text by Annette Tapert Photography by Derry Moore
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